Government Grants and Work at Home Jobs Provide The Perfect Christmas Gift
New Programs Provides Grants, Loans, Work at Home Jobs and Free Credit Repair.
Washington DC (PRWEB) December 13, 2004
If you are searching for the perfect christmas gift, have a family member unemployed or if credit problems are holding you back from starting a business, buying a home or new car, here is important news! Government and private lending institutions are now joining forces to stimulate the national economy and make it easier for women, minorities and people with poor credit ratings to get government grants and low interest loans.
President Bush also announced a breakthrough for Faith Based and Community Organizations. Policies have been lifted which prohibited them from receiving government funding based on religious affiliations. Churches and religious based community organizations can now compete on equal footing for available federal dollars. Terry Newborn, a researcher for Government Publications in Washington, DC, reported, "There are billions of dollars in grants and loans earmarked for people previously identified as credit risks. Public and private funds are now available for them to buy homes, cars, start a business, consolidate debts and any worthwhile purpose." In addition, he reported new financial resources have been committed to help the unemployed get job training and re-enter the job market.
"Now is the time for citizens to act if they need money for any worthwhile purpose," urged Newborn. He also revealed that several reduced-cost and even free programs now exist to benefit economically disadvantaged and recently unemployed persons. Such programs include dental and vision care services, prescription plans and legal aid. The program also includes free postal training manual, government jobs training manuals, applications plus practice tests that help low scorers acheive a higher score when taking civil service exams.
Government Publications offers a CD-Rom that provides the latest information on the above programs. It covers free grant and loan resources available for a wide variety of purposes, including business start-ups. President Bush declared, "The entrepreneurial spirit in America is healthy, It is a great strength of our country. If you feel like you've got what it takes to start a business, if you want to go out on your own, you think you've got a good product, the country says, we welcome you to do so." This CD Rom includes start-up information on over 75 home-based business opportunities. For example, How to Buy and Sell Foreclosed Properties, How to Start a Profitable Gift Basket Business, How to Start A Cleaning Business and How to http://www. Become-a-LoanBroker. com (http://www. Become-a-LoanBroker. com). The business program includes http://www. export-import-cd. com (http://www. export-import-cd. com) which teaches customers to Ebay(tm) the correct way.
The CD Rom combines all programs into one price either $39.95 or $61.95, it also includes 50 successful grant applications that were funded. These sample applications are essential items since most denied loan and grant applications are due to improper or incomplete paperwork. For more information on CD containing all programs log on to http://www. governmentgrants-us. com (http://www. governmentgrants-us. com). To visit individual sites combined on CD visit, http://www. online-survey-jobs. com (http://www. online-survey-jobs. com), http://www. scholarships-education. com (http://www. scholarships-education. com), , http://www. marketwire. com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=72368 (http://www. marketwire. com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=72368) http://www. capitalpublications. com/secure_html/free_work_at_home. html (http://www. capitalpublications. com/secure_html/free_work_at_home. html) http://press. arrivenet. com/government/article. php/625870.html (http://press. arrivenet. com/government/article. php/625870.html)
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